Iger made the announcement near the conclusion of an investor day presentation devoted to unveiling Disney+, the entertainment giant's new streaming service set to launch in November at $6.99 a month, CNBC reported.
Iger has been CEO of Disney since 2005, overseeing the company's acquisition of Pixar, Lucasfilm, the expansion of its theme park businesses in Asia and the recently completed deal for Fox media assets.
Shares of Disney fell 0.5% to 116.60 Thursday.
Disney is expected to report earnings of $1.54 a share on sales of $14.9 billion after the market closes May 8, based on a FactSet survey of 22 analysts.
In the same period a year ago, the media conglomerate posted earnings of $1.84 a share on sales of $14.5 billion.
The stock has risen 4% since the company last reported earnings on Feb. 5.
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